Brewers' comeback falls short against Angels

A pair of RBI hits for third-base prospect Lucas Erceg got the Milwaukee Brewers close but not over the hump in its 4-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Brewers got on the board first with a solo home run by Cory Spangenberg in the first inning, but was matched two innings later by the Angels’ Jarrett Parker. Reliever Jon Olczak took the loss after giving up a leadoff homer to Wilfredo Tovar and a RBI and a two-run double four batters later. Erceg would narrow the lead in the 7th with a home run and the ninth with a double, but Angels reliever Sean Issac calmed down to nail down the final two batters without incident. Zach Davies will take the hill in his first spring start when the San Diego Padres visit the Brewers in Maryvale.

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